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, intelligence committee member, michele bachmann has the latest. >> and federal chairman ben bernanke launching another stimulus. >> because what we're about here is trying to get jobs, trying to create more employment. >> is it really an effort to save one man's job. >> plus. >> what if i told you jesus came to abolish religion. >> he's a christian who loves jesus, what about organized religion? >> and religion, hate it, in fact, i literally recent it. and youtube sensation joins the governor tonight. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause [applause]. >> thank you. now, what a great audience we have here tonight and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. you know, every week we hear the latest jobs numbers, and they aren't good. in fact, they're dismal. an estimated 23 million americans don't have jobs. and beyond those numbers, there are real people, and some of them are in a world of hurt. i've got a special friend who lives in iowa, i got to know her and her family during the presidential campaign in 2008. her name is wendy and she's a beautiful you
children. i mean, this is somebody who does make michele bachmann look like a hippie. he is that far on the fringe. >> that's pretty far. >> pointing those things out, i'm not sure he was prepared for that, but i was polite and calm, and i think that saying i was unladylike is a code word for that, you know, women shouldn't be strong and that we should be more deferential, and i think that's probably what he was getting at. >> well, you ought to be strong. you're the only thing between him and this crackpot getting into the united states senate. i wish you would get a little tougher. look at the things he stands for. he wants to get rid of medicare. and then he wants to abolish the minimum wage. there's a lot of people out there who got their first job with a minimum wage and needed it to get protection. he wants to get rid of student loans. i had student loans all through college. i had an assistantship in college and grad schools. a lot of us couldn't go to quality schools if we didn't have that kind of help. what is he talking about saying we got to get rid of student loans and ca
of michele bachmann, who is a darling of the religious right. they don't care particularly, i would assume, about her religious foibles. what they care about is the bottom line. and these religious right candidates, many of them believing in the health and wealth, name it and claim it prosperity gospel, believe that the rich are sanctified and the poor punished. >> many of those people on the right would tell you that the fall in the income of middle-class people and others has been because of obama's economic policies. >> i think they're suffering from selective amnesia. they also don't understand that george bush doubled the national debt, that the original meltdown on wall street occurred during george bush's watch, and by the time obama became president in 2009, we were already well into the recession. now i don't defend him in every way. i don't say that everything he's done is right by any means. i have all kinds of issues with him on the health care legislation. for instance, his willingness to play ball with pharma made the bill cost a lot more than it need. >> the pharmaceutical i
. >> there is still michele bachmann. there is still new to gingrich. -- newt gingrich. they're still rand paul. there is a body of far-right conservatives who say they have experience. >> we should not write off romney. if elected, i think he will make a very tough executive. if it is possible to use a party at all -- to move a party at all to the center, he will try to do that. >> finally, could we not have had just one humorous anecdote about mitt romney? >> there were no anecdotes. she said he is a funny guy. how many times did you hear that richard nixon is funny? >> tell me what is funnier than putting a dog on the roof of a car and driving to your vacation. >> i hope the humane society heard that one. >> you heard it here. >> one of the few unforced errors. >> going a good mark and charles the last word. we will see you next week -- going to give mark and charles the last word. we will see you next week. >> for a transcript of this broadcast, log onto insidewashington.tv. >> "inside washington" is brought to you in part by the american federation of government employees -- proud to make
about. there is still michele bachmann, newton gingrich, rick santorum, rand paul, a body of far-right conservatives saying that they have experience. >> i feel we should not write off romney. if he is elected, i think he will be a very tough executive, and if it is possible to move the party at all to the center -- at all -- he will try to do that because that is the way he governs. --finally, mark's lament could he not have had at least one humorous anecdote about mitt romney? >> there were no anecdotes about romney. she said he is a funny guy. >> al gore was funny. how many times did we hear that richard nixon was funny? >> tell me what is funnier than putting a dog on the roof of a car and driving to your vacation? >> i hope the humane society heard that one. >> ok, you heard it here. >> one of the few unforced errors by charles. >> i am going to give mark and charles the last word. we will see you next week. bad dreams again, barbara? fingerprints, blood on your clothes? its auto insurance customersge for over 70 years.e to more information on auto insurance at geico.com or
, and forget about moderates. there are other people we are forgetting about. there is still michelle bachmann, ne gingrh, rick saorum rand paul. there is a whole body of far- right conservatives sayaying they have experience. >> i tnk we should not write off romney. i think he will be a very tough executiv if ectend if it is possible toto move the party at all to the center -- at all -- he will try to do that because that is the way heoverns. >> finally, could he not have had just one humorous anecdote about mitt romney? >> there were no ananecdotes about mitt romney. none. she said he is a funny guy. >> people would say richard nixon is funny. >> tell me what is funnier than putting a dog on the roof of your car and driving to your location? >> i hope the humane society heard that one. >> ok,k,ou heard it here. >> one of the few unforced errors i have ever heard. >> going to give mark and chararles the last word. we will see you next week after the democratic national convention. >> "inside washington" is brought to you ipart by the american federation of government employees -- proud to mak
republican vice-presidential candidate paul ryan and michelle bachmann. then an analysis of the presidential campaign as it heads into the final two months. >> tomorrow on "washington journal" national journal correspondent looks at -- james kitfield looks at the muslim protests in the arab world. >> the latest information about the chicago teachers strike with stephen sawchuk. and syndicated editorial political cartoonist john cole and mark fiore. live at 7:00 a.m. >> i think people like to see where politicians' views have shifted over the years. i think people like to see whether mitt romney in 1994 was campaigning against welfare reform or abortion. they want to see what he was doing during the 2002 campaign, 2007. i think they would like to see how these politicians have evolved. there is an element to it that is almost a gotcha element. but there is also an element that is incredibly interesting. >> i tried to think why it is that he has changed so often. why he finds it so difficult to come down on one side of an issue and instead sort of floats between both issues. >> for the first t
michele bachmann look like a hippy. he is that far on the fridge. >> that's pretty far. >> pointing those things hout, i'm not sure he was prepared for that, but i was polite and calm, and i think that saying i was unladylike is a code word for that, you know, women shouldn't be strong and that we should be more deferential, and i think that's probably what he was getting at. >> well, you ought to be strong. you're the only thing between him and this crackpot getting into the united states senate. i wish you would get a little tougher. look at the things he stands for. he wants to get rid of medicare. and then he wants to abolish the minimum wage. there's a lot of people out there who got their first job with a minimum wage and needed it to get protection. he wants to get rid of student loans. i had student loans all through college. i got a fellowship i was offered in grad school. a lot of us couldn't go to quality schools if we didn't have that kind of help. what is he talking about saying we got to get rid of student loans and calling it stage three cancer? it wasn't that for me. what'
in this economy. >> how can you say that when you have republicans like michele bachmann and mitch mcconnell and paul ryans of the world, the people in the minutes basically that the president was sworn in that their goal the office make him a one term president. they never had any intention of working with president obama on anything. so how can you say that he needs be the one to walk across the aisle when they are the ones going out on talk shows saying we need to make him a one term president, we'll do everything to stand in his way. >> we had republicans in the past four wears to do everything they can which is rein in the size of the market and allow free market principles work. >> how do you defend the statements from someone like michele bachmann who you worked for during this year, how do you defend a statement when she said she wanted to make him a one term president and would do everything to make that happen? >> well, what every republican in congress wants to do is to make policies that will instill confidence in the economy and create jobs for this country, no matter wha
, gosh, she was mean and unladylike. i mean this is somebody who kind of makes michelle bachmann look like a hippie. >> wow. >> michele bachmann, hippie. >> i want to bring you in here and set the context, many people watching me feel like gosh, claire mccaskill seems much more reasonable and senatorial than her challenger todd akin, than the guy calling her all these names, ma some nistic games. in july he was up by five points. in august, she's now up by nine points, but the money may be coming back from republicans here. >> right. >> how do you make sense of a shift in the polls and republicans saying we're over this guy, done with him, pulling out, maybe not. >> because they're liars. they think they can hold on -- grab a senate seat an he's the one they will put their money back in. that's always been true. i said it the day they were pulling out. and if i were claire mcskas kill i would embrace the wild cat label, i'm a wild cat fighting for your family. i would be really proud of it. but you know, ma someny works with some and if he feels like if he kicks her again maybe he'll
. then "washington journal." the family research council holds its value voters summit this weekend. michele bachmann and house majority leader eric cantor will speak. it will be aired on c-span 2 and c-span.org. >> people like to see where politicians' views have shifted over the years. and like to see how mitt romney was campaigning against welfare reform and against abortion. i think people really like to see how these politicians have devolved. there is an element that is a gotcha elements. there is also an element that this is incredibly interesting. >> i tried to think why he has changed so often and why he finds it so difficult to come down on one side of an issue. >> there is a governor named ron the lloyd h.. -- rod blagojevich. >> more with the buzzfeed "q & a."on c-span's >> mitt romney criticized president obama for his economic policy. he also talked about the recent deaths of four americans in libya. this is about 25 minutes. ["i was born free" plays] >> thank you so very much. my goodness. what a northern virginia welcome. thank you. [cheers and applause] and karen, if i am the next pr
, that's the name of the game. >> in the american context. >> you know, it turns out michele bachmann is right, the muslim brotherhood infiltrated the white house. the government does not control the levers of communication is unimaginable. of course we need to explain that. >> yes. >> it's a straight-up informational thing. fair enough. >> i have to admit, i have been troubled as a liberal as the references by this administration in america to the fact that they found the vid video -- okay, so you did. the repeated acknowledgement of this makes me think that, you know, there isn't as strong a pride in what makes america america, freedom of speech and freedom of expression. >> let's go one step further than that. what makes america is like giving one another offense. you ever turn on the tv or go to a hollywood movie? let me take a step in an abstract direction. if you live in the midwest where they don't make movies and tv shows and your culture is beamed in from the two coasts of the world and it's massively insulting to you, it makes you angry. of course we don't, in this country,
billion from bill maher. he never called sarah palin, you, michele bachmann. >> this is such a grand theater to distract from the failures of obamacare. remember, this sandra fluke rhoads to fame in a few matter of months, somebody who have been primed as a tool for the feminist left. she came to fame in order to what? pedal free birth control. this she is a standard bearer of the democratic party. >> sean: the fact she is here and how the relationship got started and then think bill maher gives $1 million to obama and called sarah palin the c-word -- >> let's distract from the real war on conservative women and let's talk about the war on pro-life democratic women. they have no voice on this platform. there are 21 million democrats out there, sean, that identify themselves as pro-life. what do they think of this abortion palosa. >> sean: you are right. they are not talking about the economy. will this be the convention where on the floor of the democratic convention, delegates boo'd god and jerusalem being the capitol. >> it's a p.r. disaster. we have seen the true, unhinged face of
herself michele bachmann speaking to the council. the group will hear from the biggest name at this conference, republican presidential nominee paul ryan who is seen here yesterday on a brief return to his current job which is still on capitol hill. he's still got to be one of those voters on particular legislation. but today he's expected to really amp up those partisan attacks on president obama's foreign policy, especially with what's happening right now across the fwloeb and that brings me to my colleague wolf blitzer who is live with me in washington, d.c. i'm expecting he will echo what his running mate mitt romney has been doing refusing to back down on the harsh critic jims how obama and the administration is handling what's going on right now and particularly in a pointed interview with one of our colleagues in the media, george stephanopolous. >> this is what romney said. he's not apologizing at all for his initial or subsequent comments about how the obama administration handled the unrest both in cairo as well as in benghazi. listen to this. >> what i said was ex
on. >> where are all the conservatives like michele bachmann who have been running around for several years calling it obama care, socialism and everything else, government takeover, where are the conservatives? all of a sudden they are quiet. >> they may be squawking more in the days to come. susan said ryan was a bad pick, but for a bunch of reasons. one of them is that he wasn't chosen to stand for anything. when i was wrong, i was like we're going to have a real debate about two different directions for the country. paul ryan's budget, he believes these things. president obama believes different things. mitt romney is putting meat on the bones and we're going to have a real debate. >> i thought the same thing by the way. >> whether you liked it or not, it seemed like a strategy. but then to pick paul ryan and muzzle him, i thought ryan was more damaging to the ticket than romney was on the sunday shows because if you don't let him talk about what he believes, he was like sarah palin. gasping for air. he didn't have an answer if he's told to not to talk about what he believes. >> p
of marriage and hit the president on abortion by pedaling the same old lies. other speakers included michele bachmann, bob mcdonald of virginia, and rick santorum. santorum pointed out, with pride i might add, that a true values voter never lets facts or information e get in the way of their gut instincts. >> we'll never have the media on our side, ever in this country. we will never have the elite, smart people on our side because they believe they should have the power to tell you what to do. >> right wing pundit gary bower riled up the crowd urging them to get out and vote. >> there will be a lot of people to vote for the president. there's a lot of people around america who depend on checks from their fellow taxpayers being in the mailbox every day. they will turn out in massive numbers. my prediction is after all the votes are counted, even the dead votes of democrats in chicago, detroit and cleveland, i predict that we will win. that this national nightmare will be over. >> let's turn to barry lynn, executive director of americans united for separation of church and state, who obviousl
bachmann or something. >> less the reporters you hear -- michele bachmann, santorum was up there, the gifts that keep on giving. >> bill: clarence, i have to ask you as the chief columnist for "the chicago tribune," one of many hats that you wear, the chicago teacher's strike is over. kids are back in school. who won that contest? >> i think in the short term, the teachers won. in the long run emanuel will. but this is a contest that, in my view, bill, had no winners. it just had losers which were the students because they lost over a week in the classroom that they sorely need. the problem is the city doesn't have any money. in fact, i've been -- i've been a journalist in chicago since 1969 under the original mayor daley, richard the first i have seen mayors come and go. one thing we all have in common is when the teachers want a new contract they go behind closed doors and the mayors give them whatever they want to try to avoid a strike. they used to have strikes so commonly that students would just expect them
. for the republican primary candidates, there were some that were higher than others. michelle bachmann, i think, had the highest. >> we had a self-imposed michelle bachmann " at some point during the debates. -- michelle bachmann quota during the debates. >> but again, i do not know what it tells you. it does provide something interesting to look at. it does provide links to every single fact check that i or my colleagues have done for all of the presidential candidates. >> george mason university. i think we have seen both candidates in a vulnerable position of being challenged on flip-flops' of position or permanence not kept. i have noticed so far that the tendency of both governor romney and president obama, when challenged by a voter or a journalist, is to not attempt to say, well, the facts have changed. the facts are different. the fact that i look at now are not the fact that existed when that was my belief. instead, there are various levels of equivocation and bluff. one recently was when president obama was, i think, talking to a latino group who challenged him on his failure to keep the p
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